Alias John Law
Run time 59:00Producer A.W. HackelProduction Company Supreme PicturesAudio/Visual sound, b&w
The ringleader of a gang impersonates a deputy in order to steal land.
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Bob Steele .... Everett Tarkington 'John' Clark
Roberta Gale .... JoAnne Vallon
Buck Connors .... Bootch Collum
Earl Dwire .... The Kootney Kid, as Everett Trakington Clark
Robert McKenzie .... Judge
Steve Clark .... Henchman Simi
Jack Rockwell .... Marshal Lamar Blyth
Roger Williams .... Sheriff
Jack Cowell .... Attorney
Dr Feel Rotten
January 16, 2011
Boy they chopped this one up
probably the TV pukes.. Oh well..Good story even though about 1/1th was missing
Guns in court? That's how states witnesses got killed. leave it up to the gun pukes and anyone willing to tell the truth will be gunned down wherever they are.
April 8, 2008
how to talk to a judge
My favorite line is when he tells the Judge
"That lizard 's a swindler & I can prove it"
The judge says, Ok, have a seat.
Most judges today would hold you in contempt
I also liked seeing guns in the courtroom &
nobody thinks anything about it - what is wrong with America????
November 1, 2005
Mistaken Identity Rides Again
This Bob Steele Western is long on action and short on explanation, but it moves along quite fast. This is due partly to the storyline and partly to the missing bits of dialogue in this choppy print (which otherwise is in pretty good shape for viewing). This is not anything more than your standard Saturday matinee western. It's well made and satisfying for what it is. If you're a Bob Steele fan, that's a plus. However any movie cowboy going could have done this film with no changes and no suprises. For Steele fans only.